Hey there and welcome to my blog! Here you’ll find everything from travel and sustainability to mindfulness, freediving, and Ornitherapy. My goal is to share my experiences and stories with others – so you can relate, learn something new, laugh along, or simply make your time on the internet feel a little more worthwhile.
What started as a ‘gap year’ after graduating college in 2019 became an indefinitely permanent global adventure. Some may call it procrastination, or say that I’m running away from responsibility.
I say just the opposite. I’m heading in exactly the right direction: towards adventure and discovery, towards growth and learning, towards a world that too many people have seen too little of.
Life is short and my bucket list is long!
I haven’t booked a ticket home and I have no idea where I’m going to end up, or when. It’s simultaneously exciting and terrifying. Follow along (heck, come join me!) on the adventure of a lifetime.
Prior to the pandemic, I spent 8 months working as a freediving instructor in Koh Tao, Thailand. The days were warm, the water crystal clear, and life was sweet. After that, I spent a year living in Bristol, England during the pandemic. It was a tough transition, to say the least.
Fret not, my travel bug and I are on our way again. This time, it’s winter in Nicaragua. Freediving, surfing, and more sunshine. Oh, and I still haven’t bought my return ticket. Again.
If you haven’t caught on by now, my life changes frequently – new adventures, places, and things to learn. If only there was some way you could click a button to magically follow along…
Explore By Destination
I published a book!
I am thrilled to share that I am now a published author. Along with two co-authors, we have created a book that focuses on the mindful observation of birds to benefit your mind, body, and soul.
Use our Explorations to reconnect to nature, the world around us, and, ultimately, ourselves. We use a unique combination of guided Explorations, meditations, and journaling prompts to help you focus on the present moment.
Discover Blue Space, and How It Can Change Your Life
The ocean has always felt like a second home to me. Now, there’s science to back up these feelings of tranquility and happiness by not just the ocean, but any form of water. It’s called blue space, and it’s magical.
Take a peek my latest posts!
- Yosemite in November: A Hidden Gem
- Listen to My Interview with Birdwatcher’s Digest
- My Blue Therapy: Positive Effects of Blue Space on Mental Health
- How Facebook Market Place Can Help Reduce Pollution
- 4 Steps You Can Take RIGHT NOW To Reduce Your Plastic Use
- What Moving To Bristol During COVID Taught Me